Muscle oxygen tracker improves training in real time

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Incorporating feedback from thousands of athletes, the Humon Hex monitor tracks the volume of oxygen being used by the user’s quadriceps. Near-infrared spectroscopy sends LED light into the muscle tissue to measure the hemoglobin saturation levels. Depending on how an athlete chooses to use the wearable – linked to a phone or a Garmin or reviewed after the workout – different levels of fitness details are available in different ways. Visual feedback alerts users when their fitness limit is being reached, and when doing intervals, the device tells wearers when sufficient muscle recovery has been achieved. As an AI coach,…

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